The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on June 24, 1918 · Page 8
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PAGE EIGfiT. THE DAILY COUKIBR, CONNBLLSVIIXE. PA. MONDAY, JUNE 24, 1918. GOLDEN CONTENTS OF THREE TRUNKS BASIS OF CONTEST NATIONAL IE AC. IX, --Sentence Jn Win of Uaionto-mi : ~' "TV oman Sires Them to - Companion. NOW RELATIVES STEP IN 01* Fasbiuned Box Contains Stocks, '. ' Bonds, Jewelry and Other TsloaWcs '~. Aggregating Jtore Than $170,000, ior WJUch legatee TW11 PJgkt. ~ Three trunks and tie peculiar con" fttrucuon of an old woman's will form the basis tor rhe most interesting con"teat that has drifted into the United - States District court at Pitsburg in many years. One-half million dollars' worn of property is the prize, that 1 sum being the estimate of the estate pt \Tr^. Margaret J, Medelland, who ; Jived and amassed her accumulations, Testa-day's Hesalts. Jittsburg 4; Cincinnati 1. Pittsburg 15; Cincinnati 1. Chicago 3; St. Louis 2. Steading oi the Clphs 'V-. -37 -35 ftfl Philadelphia 24 |Pittsmirg _ Brooidyn _ Cincinnati Chicago (New York 1 Boston [_'", men the will o£ Mrs. McClellanrt j "was opened five days after the ob- r. sequius at her lonely secluded home, · liay and Moi-gantown streets,-Decem- -'ber 31 last, it was found outside ol _$500 bequests each to 18 church and \_other minor bestowals th*t Mrs. Mc" Cleiland had left the bnlk ot her es- r.tate to Mrs. Laura McSauber, a fa- [..vored niece. But Mrs. McSauber had ;"long since died and under the intes- ;* r t*Ie laws of Pennsylvania the proji- Terty naturally reverted to the next of /kin," r." The "joker," it one there was, in the I/will, however, disposed of three trunks i»nd their contents to Miss Alice Arnt| Strong, who for 39 years had b«n Ljlrs. McClelland's constant house ^companion and attemJant. Examvna- ftion of one of the trunks reveah-d itfcat it contained a lockbos stunted fewlth treasure. After the bonds, stocks t»nd notes had been counted first by j Executors J. V. Thompson and O. P. iMarlcle, it was found that consider- .Ikbly more tban $150.000 of the estate 'bad been left to the woman's sole ^companion, in the late years of her ·life, Miss Armstrong. The three liae ,sentence by which Mrs. AlcClelland is ^Alleged to have dismissed nearly a JMth of a million dollars is framed in .tie following.odd language: 1. "The remainder of my household a'- J'fects, wearing apparel, three trui ks .aid contents, I give to Alice Arm- 'strcag to dispose of them as «he St. Ixrais . -24 -23 -24 _21 Pet. .685 .648 .509 .453 .436 .434 .429 .404 Today's Schedule. Pittsburg at Cincinnati. St. Lotus at Chicago. Now York at Boston, Brooklyn at Philadelphia. A Glimpse of Fine Millinery AXERICAX yesterday's Kesnlts. St. Louis 4; Detroit 1. St. Louis 4; Detroit 2. "Washington 5; Philadelphia 4. Cleveland 3; Chicago 2. Standing of the Clubs. W. L. Pet. Boston New York -Cleveland -Washington Chicago St. Louis -Detroit Philadelphia _36 -32 -35 -31 31 _-27 .600 .571 .565 .500 .500 .466 .407 .375 Today's Schedule. Chicago at Detroit. Cleveland at St. Louis Boston at New York. Philadelphia at 'Washington. PIG IRON PRODUCTION IN MAY WAS CLOSE TO RECORD LAST OCTOBER Furnaces Made Jlemnrknble Recovery From the Big Slump in January; Stwf Furnaces Head list. Production of coke and anthracite pig iron m May was exceeded only once in the history of the American trade, that being m October, 19JG. says the Cleveland Daily Iron Trade. In the month- just ended, the pig iron production was 3,448,207 tons, compared with 3,273,3o5 tons m April, a gam of 174,852 tons. In Muy a year ago, the output was 3,113,677 tons, and in tbe banner month, October, ^thinks best, if she does not want them 1 3 16i it Wa3 3505180 tons. The recovery from the Inasmuch as one of the trunks contained a large sized fortune, .Miss 'Armstrong has decided that she wants them herself. ' Then the way the story goes, as re- 'Trealed in the papers which have been In Bits groop of three hats there ate (hree classes represented by fine examples at their kinds. There Is a graceful, soft model for street wear, Jn white and black; a dressy, picturesque affair In transparent black, and a bit of subdued gayety In a high pink, bonaettike shape made of crep« georgette. This is reserved millinery following in the wake of the modes at a modest distance from extremes. Bat each hat is n gem that wtll Dear comparison with any others of tts kind and Interesting b-ecaaso at it* iDdfrtt- nol style. In street bats there are not so many soft models, fashion havtog srrnngr toward tbe trim, sprightly, spirited styles. But there is so much class in this bit of headwenr that It can afford to be different from the majority. It is of white yedda hrald laced with black satin and has a collar of narrow, Waek satin ribbon, finished with a small bow at the back. Under the bow tbe soft crown is tacked to tho brim nnd at the front a pair of small, black wings are convincingly chic. The hat speaks French and if it were not for the war we would be sore to credit Paris with It The pretty Mack hot, with braid crown nnd brim of machine. Is a type that every woman admires and all women, young or otherwise, can wear. It has a tie of narrow satin ribbon about the base of the crown finished with a little cravat bow at the troot. Large, black velvet dolttes are flattened ont about tbe top of tbe crown ami toe point of each petal caught to the bat with a jet bead. Every summer brings Its transparent black hats, the coolest looking and most becoming at summer's millinery gifts to Tbe remaining hot Is of light, orchid- pink crepe georgette with a brim that suggests the poke bonnet, split at tbe back and taeed with silk bnjd. It hag a collar of wide, pink satin ribbon ornamented with sun- nursts of needlework in which embroidery Bine and silver tinsel thread are wed. Black and White Coitume. There Is nothing startling in a dress of black foulard with white organdie collar and caffs, yet how striking a woman can look, clad in snch, a frock If the other accessories of her costume are In keeping. A wide-brimmed model of black fonlard with white organdie with a large jet pin. Is the appropriate hat, while black docked stockings and patent leather ptunps complete the equipment of good style to bs found in this extremely smart example of the black and -white costume. January slump has been most marked The larger part of tbe gam has been made by the steel works, or non- merchant, furnaces, their daily average output oeing 81,513 tons in May, compared ·* r.h S0.1S2 tons in April. filed by'some of the contesting heirs. Mercnant furnaces in May produces air, Thompson, as trustee, called all j oa a daily average rate o: 27,015 leirs togetner and it was agreed ihat 1 tons, compared with 27,537 tons in an amicable distribution of the es-1 April -teel works stacks produced iaie was io be -reached. - Margaret Brownfleld o£ Brookfield, 3Io.. and Edward ·ft". Brownfleld, and nephew, and the only full in May i;.526.8!5 tons, compared \vith -.405,467 tons in April; while merchant stacks produced S65.374 tons, compared with 827,921 ions in April. flooded relatives, were to receive a l l 1 More stacks now are m blast than if the real estate, consisting larjelv ( a t any time in recent years. Stacks «f ijqal lands in Greene county and i to the number of 361 11 ere actire on ·VPesCVirsfnia, and amounting to ?J50,-1 Hay 31. against 351 on April 3C A 00'X Miss Armstrong agreed to Lake year ago. 310 furnaces were in blast. pnljL .the stock out of the iocl.box this number increased to 357 on ,T«thi6h~.she found in one of the Mulasj August 31 an dropping off after that filled trunks, while the bonds weie to date The October, ]116, record was lie distributed evenly among the lalf- | mad" with 32S furnaces blood survivors, Charles H. Brown-, rerro production in liar was 36,- flcld of UniontowE, half brother; Sal-,SIS tons, against 29.536 tons m April lip .R. Wadswoni and Jenni( L. ) a n increase of 7,362 ton;. Spiegel j Brownfield, half usiers, of Gerrges, outpiir last month was 39.040 tons township. An agreement was signed I againrt 10.431 tons in April, a gain Meyersdale. MEYJ3RSD-ALE. June 22.--Rev. and [Mrs Dennis Sipple and two children 1 have returned to their home in Sum|mit S;at:on, after ofveial weeks' visit here with relaii/es and friends. Miss Hilda Licht; visited her mother, Mrs. Bruce Lichty, who is a patient in the Allegany ho.siHtai in Cumberland Mrs. A. C. Bittuer of Mount Pleasant, is a guest at the home of he: brotuer-m-la^ and sister, .Mr. auc. lilrs. Samuel Cramer, i Mr. and Mrs John Stacer left on ; Thursday for a iibit with their son' m-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Grabenstein. Miss Pauline Graft Is spending several weeks visiting relatives and i incnds in Lonaconing and Cumber- l land. .Mrs. Alice Leckemby and son Herbert have returned from a \isut with relatives in Connells-v tile. Patronize those rrno advertise. I pimple Sour stomach, clogged up bowels, es, blackheads, foul breath, are evils ot constipation. Hollister'b Rocky Mountain Tea regulates the bowels, purifies the stomach, expels decay matter from system. Nature's" wondrous herbs. Positive results. 35c. Tea or tablets. Connellsvilte Drus Co--Adv. WVWflAMMM PARAMOUNT JHEATRE 10c --TODAT AST) TOKORK01V-- loc and all parties left apparently fied. ' Returning UnSt. "Louis and consulting- with, -an attorney, Margaret or 8,600 tons. Want Help? Then use our classified column. Results will follow. Try our classified advertisements. Catholic Dhino Dies, _ . . . . DUBCQUK, la., Jine 22 --The most r.rownfield was informed that shci R e; . Jo h n Joseph Keane head of the ud har brother were entitled noti Ca'holic University of America, ant! oaly to the entire real estate, but also: rc'ircd archbishop of Dubuquo died in eighth interest each in the per-;t 0 ,] ar . The* funeral will be held next sonality ajid that Alice Arrastiong' aad received more than was coming ·o her. A ~bil! of complaint was imrncdiate- y flled before Judges Thomson and 3rc".ln which Mr. Thompson is ·oarged with deceiving Margaret trownfieid by advising her that she vas without claim to her peisonal iioperty. I Here are some of the valuable heir- ooms found m an old-fashioned box: Cash in pockctbook, 515; diamonds, ewelry, silverware, ?1,444; 416 shares ·ennsylvania railroad 3tock, 519,437; 2 shares "West Penn railway pre- erred stock, ?840; 1^171 shares Whet- el Coal Coke Co. stock, 538,110; 13 bares Citizens" National Back of I ^aynesburg stock, ?7,SOO; J IS shares ! 'trst National Bank of Conncl'sville took, ?21,000; ;146 shares Tough 'rast Co. of Cotinellsvilie'stock. $14,- 5pT I,tttS shares Tri-State Teh phone j fi^stock, ?500; $1,000 bond of Twin; fills.: N. S. Land Water Co., S500; ' 2$l,6pO--bonds ilcKeesport ,5: Du- urane Bridge Co., J5.000; 10 Pitts- uig-W«stmorelar.d Coal Co. bonds, £000; 5 ?100 bocds UniontoKn Lodge · Elks, $500; 4 foOO bonds Tri-State ·lephone Co., ?'2,000; 1 $1,000 bond xnerfcan Water ''.v'orks Elect: ic Co., J00; 1 51.000 bond West Penr Ha.1- Ws Co., ?S50; 5 $500 bonds Sbelby- j^e,. Tenn., Water Works, $2.500; · |000 bonds B. K. A. Traction C o , | f,000; 4 $500 bonds Lonaconinj. Md..! .tS.tr Co., 5£,auO; 5 $1,000 bones Ehz- ] |etji Water Co.. J3.000. 3 ?1,COO' iniJs St- Clair Water Co., $3000; 2 ndc St. Clair Water Co., $1,000; Tower Hi!I-Conr.£lls\il!e ** Co., $1.!QO; note for ?1.000, dated Scember 5, 1915. ?1,0«0; mte for M.. J200; note Cor ?2,000, JJ.SOo; , Sector J3477.56. $1,742; certificate, |depOSit for claim of $74.674.i.O. $2!.- j J-.JO; certtfiflcate of balance o f j JBUI3. doe from First National Bank, W.J3. SEE THE.GREATEST WESTERN ACTOR OP THE DAY, WILLIAM S. HAKT I.V HIS BEST AND .11OST EXCITING PICTUHB Presenting IVING IKENESSES of ITERARY IGHTS ^U T«i Arc Hnntlnsr Bargatos iM the advartiseicg columns of The j ffly Courier. Yoa will find them. i our classified advertisements Sropersonaiions in Make-Up SIXTH NIGHT Redpafh Chautauqao Music by the Great Lates Entertainers Admlsaioo _s Season Ticket! 3O c«nla "^ S2.OO LASUOX COXXEI.MTU.LE CH.U;T.U'QUA 1C£SUAX yiCJHT SUPPORTED BY LOUISE GLAUM, ENID J1ARKEY, REA MITCHELL AND CLARA WILLIAMS. A HAKT PICTUHi: AVITH SOilD HEAL HART PUNCH IN IT. ALSO A GOOD KEYSTONE COMEDY. --MOHDAY. AND TUESDAY-FORBY L. BBOTT, the Versatile Comedian, Presents Sam L Reed and Associated Players In 'Wholesome Comedies and Farces. of Laughs and Roars. The Comedy Eit of the Unrverse. A Slioiv Vith a Sew Idea, THESE As Smart and Pretty as They Are Coo! and Comfortable Dresses ligbt v airy, and in many shades. Dresses that may be tubbed again and asam, tbas assuring their constant freshness and charm. They are here by tile dozens--in voile, m gingham, batiste, organdy, lawn and in sjJk. The color range includes white, pink, tan, peach and rose, while the same shades, alorg with many others, are frequently seen m attractive combination with some other harmonizing color. Prices Begin as Low as $4.50 and Go Gradually up to $35 An idea of the extensive price range may be had from tbe fact that there are five different stages from $4.50 to $]975, and more than as many more from that price on to $35. Dresses to meet every taste and everyone's ability to pay. A complete range of sizes for women and misses. One Lot Ladies' Values to $22.50 Charming little frocks for street and general utility wear in taffeta, serge, combinations of taffet-and-serge, and other suitable combinations. Every model smartly designed and trimmed and worth every cent of J22.50. All sizes for women and misses. One Lot Ladies' Values to $32.50 In this specially priced lot are Dresses fashioned for street and afternoon wear, with practically no linut to the new style effects and trimmings. Materials and, colors are equally diversified, permitting wide lautude in choosing Women's and misses' sizes. Lovers of Good Music Will Appreciate the Excellence of These Edison Re-Creations So. 9M01--Rigolotto Quartet" (Bella Figlia de 1' amore)--Alice Verlet. !N"o. S253G--"A\e Maria" (Bach-Gounod)--Soprano with violin obligate,--by Marie Eap- pold and Albert Spaulding. No. 82065--"Sing Me to Sleep" (Greene)--by Merle AJcock. " Time's Garden" (Thomas)--by Merle Alcock. No. S034S--"Tommy Lad" (Margeston)by Vernoa Delhart. "Whpn the Boys Come Home" (Speaks)--by Frederick Wheeler. JTo. 82899--"Bonnie Sweet Bessie" (Gilbert)-- Soprano,--by Anna Case, No. S0353--"Faust Waltz" (Gotmod)--by Peerless Orchestra. "Marsovia Waltzes" (Blanke-Belcher) --by'American Symphony Orchestra. So. S2510--"0 That We Two Were Maying" (Smit^j)--by Elizabeth Spencer and. Thos. "Chalmers. "In the Evening by the Moonlight, Dear Louise"--by Hindermeyer and Orchestra, 5o. S0128--"William Tell Overture--Part r--by Sodero's Band. "William Tell Overture--Part IT*--by Sodero's Band. White is the Color for Summer Footwear Whether your preference is for boot, oxford or pump--let white be the color. These white fabric pumps are very smart and the fact that they conserve leather which the government needs badly, makes them, exceedingly popular. A j. flJC f%f!) W'te Poplin Colonial Pumps with hand turn f\i «pO.3V/ sole and covered Louis heel. A very smart, dressy model. All size-s in widths A, B, C, A I- $i4. ftfl Wlllte Sca Island Duck Pumps wiUi medium low /AC tp'r.UU military heel, hand turn sole and narrow vamp. Here in all sizes m widths B and C. A t £/! Ofl Wnitc Sea I^and Duck Pumps with band turn J\i «pTr.V/U sole and French heel. A very popular style. Here in all sizes in widths A, B r C. Laces for Summer Frocks May be Bought for Little For exanvle, borne lovely imitation Venise bands, which ars/very fashionable on. thin cotton fabrics. White or cream color, 1 to 4. mches wide and 25c to 15c a yard. Dainty i nutation. Valenciennes lace, used so much Cor -white or light colored lingerie dresses, children's clothes and underraaslins, at 5c t« 30c a yard. Women's Hand Embroidered 'Kerchief s,doz. at $3 With their tiny hems and delicate stitching in one corner tbe mil please any woman. As a gift ·Jiey are always useful and therefore appreciated. They are uncommonly good Irish linen, sheer and snowy, and -we couldn't go into the market and buy them for anything like this sum. Other handkei chiefs in splendid assortment. Buy War Saving Stamps--Save Gold Bond Stamps -- TOIAT A TQ3IOEKOTV-- WILLIAM S. HART IN THE TIGER 3LUf N An Artcraft Production. Also a Good Comedy "THE NEIGHBOR'S KEYHOLE" Coming July 1 and 2--Charlie Chaplin in "A DOG'S LIFE?" THIS UNITED Who visit a.t 'he Haa u Hotel, Comells- xViUe, 109 S "Wator "sti cot Room 2, Second flooi. every Tuesday each %veck at 1 J A. M to 8 P M. Honest Heliahlc Sen-ice Results ary3 Permanent Practice Far men and women Up to date Treatment for all chronic nervous complicated blood, general and specific diseases No matter v,hat your disease, bee these specialists, who often cure a^ter others fail Consultations ( free n.rid confidential ·_firms always , rcti.''0nabie Every "Wednesday and Saturday also at Exchange Hotel, Uniontown. J. N. Tmmp W HITE LOW TRANSFER .".J THE THEATRE THAT P1AYS ONLY THE BEST || Come When You Please. Stay As Long As Yon Like. E5TIBE WEEK OP JUNE 24TH tevtie Co." A CLASSY MUSICAL COMEDY DE LUXE Teck aiudock iris Kennedy --Featuring-Tie Old Jass Four Barbonr Sisters Big Singing and Dancing Chorus. On the Screen--Helen Holmes in "The Lost Express." 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